Bailey Cook LOVIN Nancy Charlotte LOVIN Bailey E LOVIN Oscar Morris LOVIN Eliza I MCCAIN Bailey Cook LOVIN Benjamin Franklin LOVIN Martha Elizabeth LOVIN William M LOVIN Lucretia LOVIN Abigail C LOVIN Thomas Wright LOVIN Joseph L LOVIN Martha Jane MORRIS Mini tree diagram
Nathan Morris LOVIN

Nathan Morris LOVIN2,3,5,4,1

about 18442,3 - UNKNOWN

Life History

about 1844

Born in Holmes County, Mississippi.2,3


Resident in Eulogy Beat, Holmes, Mississippi, United States.1

4th May 1865

Military: Member of Gillam's Mounted Rifles, 18th Mississippi Regiment; Regiment surrendered at end of the Civil War in Citronelle, Mobile, Alabama, USA.4

18th May 1865

Military: Paroled to return home in Grenada, Grenada, Mississippi, USA.4

May 1865

Resident Residence on war surrender documents reported as Yazoo County in Yazoo County, Mississippi.4

about 1870

Married Eliza I MCCAIN in Mississippi

about 1871

Birth of son Bailey E LOVIN in Arkansas.3,6


Resident Age: 24 in Yuba County, California.1

26th Aug 1876

Birth of son Oscar Morris LOVIN in Honey Grove, Fannin, Texas.3,8,9,7


Resident in Precinct 7, Collin, Texas, United States.1

12th Jun 1940

Death of son Oscar Morris LOVIN in Seminole, Seminole, Oklahoma.7


Death of Eliza I MCCAIN


Death of son Bailey E LOVIN



Other facts


Resident in United States.1


  • 1860 Federal Census, Holmes County, Mississippi, 22 October, Eulogy Beat, Page 143, Hse/Family #1019
    B C Lovin 41 M Farmer $5000 Real Estate $7600 Personal born Mississippi [b abt 1819]
    Martha Lovin 28 F born Mississippi [b abt 1832]
    Nathan M Lovin 16 M born Mississippi [b abt 1844]

    Nathan was active in the defense of Mississippi during the Civil War.  He and two brothers, Bailey Cook and Benjamin Franklin, were captured in May 1865, when his regiment surrendered in Citronelle, Alabama.  The residence of all three at that time was reported in the surrender record as Yazoo County, Mississippi.

    U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865
    Nathan M Lovin
    Lovin, B F;  Lovin, N M;  Lovin B C
    Private, Co F, Gillam's Mounted Rifles, Surrendered 4 May 1865, Citronelle, Alabama (end of the war 19 May 1865), Paroled 18 May 1865 in Grenada MS; residence Yazoo Co MS
    Sources Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records; Civil War Prisoner of War Records

    This surrender of the 18th Regiment in Citronelle, Alabama, was part of the general surrender of Confederate troops at the end of the Civil War.

    May 10, 1865  Confederate President Jefferson Davis is captured near Irwinville, Georgia
    May 10, 1865  Union President Johnson declares armed resistance at an end
    May 12, 1865- May 13, 1865  The last significant fighting of the Civil War takes place at the Palmito Ranch, Texas, along the Rio Grande, between Col. Theodore Barrett and John S. "RIP" Ford
    May 22, 1865  Jefferson Davis imprisoned at Fort Monroe
    May 23, 1865  Grand Review of the Army of the Potomac
    May 24, 1865  Grand Review of Sherman's Army
    --  Georgia's Blue and Gray Trail,

    1880 Federal Census, Collin County, Mississippi, 11 June, 7th District, Enumeration District 28, Page 23, Hse/Family #176
    Lovin, Nathan W M 36  Farmer MS MS MS [b abt 1844]
    Lovin, Eliza I W F 41 Wife Keeping House MS MS MS [b abt 1839]
    Lovin, Bailey E  W M 9  Son Ark Miss Miss [b abt 1871]
    Lovin, Oscar  W M 3 Son TX MS MS [b abt 1877]
    Lovin, John W M 12 Boarder [Nephew?]   [b abt 1868]

    U.S., World War I Draft Registration Cards, 1917-1918
    Oscar Norris Lovin
    Residence, Moses [Union County],  New Mexico
    Birth 26 Aug 1876
    Self-Employed Farmer
    Name of nearest relative (hard to decipher) Clarice Zappora Lovin ?
    Tall, Slender, Blue Eyes, Gray Hair
    Registered 123 Sept 1918 Bixby, Oklahoma [Tulsa and Wagoner counties]

    Oscar was living in Moses, New Mexico.  Moses is now a ghost town.


    "There are two commuities with this name, an 'old and a 'new' Moses.  "Old" Moses was located near Corrumpa Creek, 18 mi NE of Clayton.  This settlement was known in the days of the Santa Fe Trail.  Upon the sale of the Espinosa ranch (Delfin Espinosa was the last owner of the old Moses store), a new store and post office was started at the curve in NM 18.  The first postmaster was Frank Moses. Submitted by: Samuel W McWhorter"
    --  "Moses," Ghost Towns,


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